Thank you for visiting the Woodmore Middle School webpage. This is my fifth year as principal of WMS and my seventh year in the Woodmore Local School District. I have had the opportunity to serve as an elementary assistant principal, special education director, preschool supervisor and work study coordinator. As the Middle School principal, I want to ensure that each child at our school has access to and receives a quality education. I believe this can be achieved by providing a safe and nurturing environment conducive to learning. I envision our school as a place where all students can learn, where teachers can teach and be supported, and where everyone is committed to excellence. Students, parents, teachers, staff, administrators and community are the foundation of the school and must work together as a team for the good of all students.
Each instructional day provides students with the opportunity to learn something new, master a skill previously taught, or extend their learning through enrichment. At Woodmore Middle School, we believe that we are building a community of learners, which means that every minute of every day students are engaged in the learning process. We also know that the level of parental involvement is an essential element to our school’s success. To help you stay involved and informed of the many events and activities occurring each month at Woodmore Middle School, I will update our webpage on a daily basis.
I would like to share some easy ways to stay involved:
- You can access your child’s grades anytime at ProgressBook as long you have a username or password. Our MS Counselor, Mrs. Howard (419-862-1070 ex. 2050), can provide assistance with ProgressBook as needed. This is a great way to stay informed of your child’s progress, view assignments, and monitor citizenship.
- Call or email your child’s teacher. Our teachers strive to return voicemail and email by the following day (Monday-Friday).
- Attend parent-teacher conferences.
We look forward to working with you and your child during the upcoming school year.